HOTELS & MARINA
The crystal blue waters, the glorious stretch of white coastline, the illustrious natural attractions, the tropical climate and the friendly multicultural population make Mauritius the ideal destination for a relaxing and rejuvenating vacation. With a clear objective to transform Mauritius into an unbeatable island vacation destination, tourist arrivals will maintain the growth momentum seen over the past five years, with arrivals increasing from 965,441 in 2012 to 1,341,860 in 2017. This growth will be achieved through significant investment in world-class infrastructure and attracting leading hotel operators to Mauritius. For those looking to invest in this strategic growth sector, Mauritius is a very rewarding destination with enormous potential.
High-end business hotels
On the road to Asia, not far from Africa, lies an island of opportunity called Mauritius. Our location makes us one of the best places in the world to do business, as we are at the heart of a golden triangle of opportunity between Asia, the Middle East and Africa. The air corridor linking Africa and Asia and a dominant investment in advanced technologies have enhanced the country’s status as a regional business and financial hub and as a destination of choice for MICE activities. This has propelled existing business hotels to new heights and opened up considerable opportunities for the growth of business tourism. There is no doubt that the development of high-end business hotels is a very lucrative sector with untapped potential.
Mauritius is renowned for its idyllic and pristine lagoon, silky white sand and palm-fringed shores along its vast coastline. The natural marine assets of Mauritius are all assets to attract marine tourists and diversify the tourism offer. The development of luxury residential units in Mauritius has enabled a large number of wealthy individuals to acquire yachts and super yachts for their leisure activities. Mauritius therefore has enormous potential to become a haven for water-based leisure activities, especially for yachtsmen who are always looking for new “marine playgrounds” to sail.